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Adoption Update: Tabby/Abby

By Heather Wildman / May 9, 2024
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Our Companions was contacted in October of 2013 to help rehome an eight year old tabby cat named, well… Tabby! The family was looking…

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Hank

By Heather Wildman / April 25, 2024
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Hank was found as a stray and brought to the local municipal shelter. He was not neutered, estimated to be around 8 years old,…

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Princess

By Heather Wildman / April 25, 2024
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Princess was left in a crate at a vet hospital after hours and when staff discovered her in the morning, she was brought to…

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Ozzie

By Heather Wildman / April 25, 2024
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Ozzie is a surprise guest at our Sanctuary after someone left him in a carrier outside one of our cat cottages. Thankfully we had…

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Toast

By Heather Wildman / April 25, 2024
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Toast and his brother Butters were adopted as kittens and lived with their owner for many years up until 2024. Sadly, their owner was…

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Butters

By Heather Wildman / April 25, 2024
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Butters and his brother Toast were adopted as kittens and lived with their owner for many years up until 2024. Sadly, their owner was…

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Featured Pet: Champion

By Heather Wildman / April 11, 2024
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Transported from the south to a shelter in New England, Champion was adopted around a year old to a woman seeking a companion and…

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Young at Heart- Spring Fund Drive

By Susan Linker / April 10, 2024
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Our 47-acre Sanctuary is a haven for animals with special needs, many of whom are seniors. Following the completion of our recent expansion, our…

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Count Maxwell

By Heather Wildman / April 4, 2024
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A Good Samaritan found Count Maxwell as a stray outside. He was quite friendly and social, and wanted to help him find a place…

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Jaxon

By Heather Wildman / April 4, 2024
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Jaxon was first surrendered to a local municipal shelter after his original owner moved to an assisted living facility and was unable to care…

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